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Constant Acceleration Equations Formulas Calculator

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Description:

This page provides a physics calculator to solve constant acceleration related problems. Solve for final, initial and average velocity, acceleration, time and displacement or distance. Unit conversions are performed on inputs and solutions.

Calculator:

Constant Acceleration Equation Calculator
Step 1. Select Equation
Final Velocity Equation
Contant acceleration equation solving for final velocity. Final velocity equals initial velocity plus acceleration multiplied by time.
Average Velocity Equation
Contant acceleration equation solving for average velocity. Average velocity equals one half of initial velocity plus the final velocity
Displacement Equation
Contant acceleration equation solving for displacement. Displacement equals average velocity multiple by time.
Step 2. Choose Variable To Solve
Solve for final velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for final velocity. Final velocity equals initial velocity plus acceleration multiplied by time.
Solve for initial velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for inital velocity. Initial velocity equals final velocity subtracted by acceleration multiplied by time
Solve for acceleration
Contant acceleration equation solving for acceleration. Acceleration equals final velocity subtracted by initial velocity divided by time
Solve for time
Contant acceleration equation solving for time. Time equals final velocity subtracted by initial velocity divided by acceleration
Solve for average velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for average velocity. Average velocity equals one half of initial velocity plus the final velocity
Solve for initial velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for initial velocity. Initial velocity equals two time average velocity subtracted final velocity
Solve for final velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for final velocity. Final velocity equals two time average velocity subtracted initial velocity
Solve for displacement
Contant acceleration equation solving for displacement. Displacement equals average velocity multiple by time.
Solve for time
Contant acceleration equation solving for time. Time equals displacement divide by average velocity.
Solve for average velocity
Contant acceleration equation solving for average velocity. Average velocity equals displacement divide by time.
Step 3. Enter Inputs
final velocity (v):
initial velocity (v0):
acceleration (a):
time (t):
average velocity (vave):
displacement or distance (Δx):
Input Conversion
Solution
Solution Other Units


Definitions:

Constant Acceleration:
Constant acceleration is when an object's velocity is changing at a steady rate.
Velocity:
This is how fast an object is moving or traveling.
Displacement:
This is the length or distance an object has traveled.
Time:
This is how long the object have moved or traveled.
Acceleration:
This is the rate an entity's velocity is changing.

References - Books:

Tipler, Paul A. 1995. Physics For Scientists and Engineers. Worth Publishers. 3rd ed.

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